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Education Toolbox

The Educational Toolbox is intended to provide Learning Modules and links to other useful resources giving additional information on therapeutics. The purpose of these efforts is to provide access to information that will help improve patient safety.

CERT Learning Modules


Preventable Adverse Drug Reactions:
A Focus on Drug Interactions

This CERT developed module is the result
of a needs survey sent to all third year
medicine clerkship directors and all medicine
residency program directors in the United States.
   
  Other Educational Resources

The Long QT Syndrome
A slide presentation by Author Moss, MD and the
Scientific Advisory Board of the Cardiac Arrhythmia
Research and Education Foundation (CARE's).

Knowledge Objects in Medical Pharmacology
The Association for Medical School Pharmacology has made the 2002, third edition available through their Web site. The edition describes the minimum essential knowledge in Pharmacology which should be taught to and mastered by students.

Subcommittee on Clinical Pharmacology
Of special interest are the recommendations of the Subcommittee on Clinical Pharmacology. The subcommittee identified three general subtopics for the teaching of Clinical Pharmacology to medical students. These areas include:

  • a core of factual and conceptual information, i.e., clinical pharmacology "facts" that are distinct from the information taught in basic pharmacology courses.
  • clinical pharmacological skills that students should master in order that they can effectively evaluate and prescribe drugs.
  • clinical pharmacology attitudes and behaviors which students should develop as they mature to become prescribing physicians.

Cytochrome P450 Drug Interaction Table
A current, detailed, referenced list for research purposes maintained by David A. Flockhart, MD, PhD of Indiana University School of Medicine. (www.drug-interactions.com)


 
 

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